Dion Waiters 10 points shy of 5,000 for career

CusefanATL

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Dion is now at 4,990. He will become only the 9th Syracuse player to ever score 5,000 career NBA points.

1. Melo 25,551
2. Bing 18,327
3. DC 12,884
4. Rony 9,991
5. Danny Schayes 8,780
6. Sherm 8,425
7. Billy Owens 7,026
8. Orr 5,545

If we can get Hakim back in the league for 10-15 games he could do it with some PT 4,947
-wes 4,218
- mcw 3,361
Jerami should be able to do it - 2,998
 

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Anyone watched Dion since he came back? From the stats he’s not getting to the line at all and basically is just shooting 3’s.

Is his explosiveness not there, or is he just hesitant and rusty with his handle/timing?
 
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Anyone watched Dion since he came back? From the stats he’s not getting to the line at all and basically is just shooting 3’s.

Is his explosiveness not there, or is he just hesitant and rusty with his handle/timing?
Dang, playing like Frank and just launching threes won't get it done. Neither are dead eyes.
 

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Barring injury, I would think Jerami ends up between Rony and DC.

He’s got a body that can play for years. and a game GMs will always make room for.
Yeah, getting another with 10k would help. Cant believe Rony finished 9 shy!
 

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Anyone watched Dion since he came back? From the stats he’s not getting to the line at all and basically is just shooting 3’s.

Is his explosiveness not there, or is he just hesitant and rusty with his handle/timing?
Had a great game last night against Golden State, but when he missed his threes, he missed badly. At least two airball threes. But, it was telling that they went to him and not wade for the last shot. He looks good. Hope he can stay healthy. Commentators were harping on how few games he's played the last two seasons.
 


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